Women are a viable, but often unrecognized, share of the gaming market. These are websites created by and/or for women in gaming.
Game reviews, walk throughs, contests, weekly articles and links. Topic by Lisa Shea.
Free online games for women. Includes personality quizzes, contests and prizes.
Shawnee Rivers writes about gambling, casinos, games, fashion, history and feminism.
Female only game clan with a Myspace page and two forum sites.
FJK stands for Female Jedi Knights. This is an all women Star Wars Role Playing Game.
A website driven by (mostly) women who enjoy videogames.
Ezine/ weblog about the politics and culture of gaming.
Gamer-girls streaming Dota2, League of Legends, Counter Strike, Overwatch and other games.
For girl (women) gamers, many game related features: stories, forum, downloads, reviews, girl gamer of the month, creative ideas.
An online resource by women, for everyone who loves video games.
Blog with a focus on women gamers and topics of interest.
Directory of game links and game resources for female gamers, news, reviews, and online community.
Just a gamer-geek girl fascinated by the age of technology. Personal information, photos, artwork, video games, freelance web design, gothic fashion, Seattle.
Game reviews, cheats, and chat. In French and English.
This group is dedicated to the Women in LARPing. Discuss, give advice, relate stories and share topics that concern women who are GM/ST, writers, players, cast, techs, and game widows.
This site mainly consists of review of adventure games. It is also just one woman's opinion on those games, so you may disagree with an individual review.
Xbox live girl gamer's clan. Playing: Rainbow Six 3, Counter Strike, Splinter Cell: Pandora's Tomorrow, Unreal Championship, and Return to Castle Wolfenstein and Halo2.
A game review and news site created and maintained by Tammy Smith. T2G reviews games, discusses the gaming industry, and posts information about local gaming news (Denver, CO).
Tribe for female gamers and game designers.
Video game industry interviews, news and reviews from a female gamer's point of view.
WebRing (since 96) for girls who play videogames. The ring includes sites dedicated to console and/or arcade games.
Vent your frustrations or find a sympathetic ear before you go back out and take on the men at their own game again.
Members of this Clan come in all flavors. Ages 12 to 50+. Occupations range from student to systems engineers homemakers to auto mechanics worldwide.
This mailing list, open to men and women alike, is dedicated to the discussion of women in role playing games - how to get them to play and issues that they face.
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